Beastiality Website Leaked Online

Commitment to Online Trust and Security

Following the latest news that the private details of over 3,000 users of a bestiality website have been leaked online, David Emm, Principal Security Researcher at Kaspersky Lab commented below. David Emm, Principal Security Researcher at Kaspersky Lab: “The news that the private details of over 3,000 users of a bestiality website have been leaked […]

Northern Ireland Assembly

It has been reported that the Northern Ireland Assembly has issued warnings to staff following cyber attacks on its IT system. External hackers e attempted to access staff email accounts by brute-forcing passwords. IT security experts commented below. Richard Walters, Cheif Security Strategist at CensorNet: “This attack shows that it doesn’t matter who people are or […]

TalkTalk Urged To Improve Security

It has been reported today that TalkTalk has been urged to improve its security after a researcher found a “Cross Site Scripting” error allowing him to take control of a convincing looking “talktalk.co.uk” URL, which meant he could potentially trick any of the company’s webmail customers into thinking they were accessing an official TalkTalk website. TalkTalk was apparently told about […]

Getting Buy-In From The Board – Advice For CIOs

IT and security conversations are moving away from the confines of remote IT departments and are finding their way to the top of boardroom agendas. As they do so, CIOs need to carefully consider the way they communicate with other senior executives if critical IT initiatives are to receive that all important buy-in from the […]